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Majority of Germans think UK will not benefit long term from Brexit, Euronews survey reveals

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Majority of Germans think UK will not benefit long term from Brexit, Euronews survey reveals

Majority of Germans think UK will not benefit long term from Brexit, Euronews survey reveals

Nearly 60% of respondents in Germany said Brexit would not provide the UK with any long-term benefits.

Just 30% of French people surveyed thought the same.

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